Radiologist at Aga Khan Health Service Tanzania, June 2018
Vacancies/Jobs at The Aga Khan Health Service
NAFASI ZA KAZI/AJIRA AGA KHAN HEALTH SERVICE TANZANIAThe Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi in conjunction with the Aga Khan Health Service in Tanzania invites applications for the following positions to be based in Arusha, Tanzania.
The Incumbent will be acquiring and interpreting various types of medical images including Radiographs, CT and Ultrasound images to diagnose medical conditions.
1. Preparation of the patient
- Assessment of patients
- Explaining the procedure to the patient
- Examining internal structures and functions of organ systems
- Preparing written report of observation.
- Communicating diagnosis to patient and/or physician
- Recommending radiology procedures for the benefit of the patient
- Coordinating the day to day running of the center
- Ensuring medical policies are followed
- Ensuring availability and control of relevant consumable x-ray supplies in the center
- Planning, organizing and supervising the provision of quality radiology services
- Dealing with patient complaints
- Perform related duties similar to the above in scope and function as required
- Perform any other duties as assigned by your supervisor
- MMed Radiology or equivalent
- Certification and registration from the relevant Medical Practitioners and Dentists regulating body
- Minimum experience of five year post qualification
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Good MS Office computer skills
- Establish a good and lasting professional relationship with referring doctors
To formally submit your application please send an updated CV and testimonials, including the names, postal and email addresses, telephone/fax numbers of three professional reference to email@example.com or post your application to Aga Khan University, P.O.Box 125, Dar es Salaam.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Application close: application is open until position is filled
The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has contributed to health in Tanzania since 1929, working with government to support identified gaps in needs. Today, AKDN’s health care activities in Tanzania includes employment of 1000 staff, over 460,000 outpatient visits annually, including nearly 1.2 million lab tests, 65,000 radiology investigations, and 7,000 surgeries annually across its facilities. Its nursing and midwifery programmes support strengthened health systems throughout Tanzania by upgrading nursing skills, improving the quality of health care and developing new and more professional nursing courses. Its postgraduate medical education programmes in family medicine, internal medicine and surgery contribute to increasing the pool of specialised human resources. Its community health programmes reach poor people, focusing on maternal and child health. In collaboration with the Government of Tanzania, it is currently expanding its integrated health network to double the number of beneficiaries of its programmes.